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MRS. HARIG

Pamela A. Kobel became the bride of Daniel B. Harig at 2 p.m. Saturday in Ascension Catholic Church, North Tonawanda. The Rev. James L. Dugan of Canisius College heard their vows.

A reception was given in Dock at the Bay for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Kobel of North Tonawanda and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Harig of Orchard Park. After a trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple will be at home in Buffalo.

The bride was graduated from North Tonawanda High School and summa cum laude from Buffalo State College. She is a self-employed floral designer. A graduate of East Aurora High School and Niagara University, the bridegroom is an assistant branch manager and commercial loan officer with M&T Bank.

Mrs. Tritto
Neumann Pioneer Chapel at Amherst Museum was the setting Saturday at 2:30 p.m. for the wedding of Pamela Ruth Shimer and Daniel Jude Tritto. Family Court Judge Janice M. Rosa performed the ceremony, preceding a reception at the home of the bride's sister, Linda S. Summers, in Amherst.

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Summers of Buffalo are parents of the bride and the bridegroom is the son of Alberta K. Tritto of Buffalo and the late Michael A. Tritto. The newly married couple will be at home in Buffalo after taking a Caribbean cruise.

The bride is a graduate of Buffalo State College and is employed by Erie County Child Protective Services. The bridegroom, a cum laude graduate of Buffalo State, is employed by Alcohol & Drug Dependency Services Inc.

Mrs. DiGiacomo
Performing the marriage ceremony for Michelle M. Kieffer and Paul A. DiGiacomo at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Good Shepherd Catholic Church, Pendleton, were Monsignor Paul J. Belzer and Deacon Michael R. Kopczynski.

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Kieffer of North Tonawanda are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Frank DiGiacomo of West Seneca and the late Mary DiGiacomo. A reception was given in Kotecki's Grandview Grove. After traveling to Hawaii, the couple will be at home in Amherst.

A graduate of Buffalo State College, the bride is employed by WMS Sales Inc. The bridegroom, a graduate of Niagara County Community College, is a landscape foreman for Northridge Nurseries and is owner of DiGiacomo Enterprises.

Mrs. Donoughe
A reception was given in Best Western Inn on the River after Christie L. Tronolone and Dennis J. Donoughe were united in marriage Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Christopher Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. Monsignor Francis G. Weldgen heard their vows.

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Tronolone Sr. of Town of Tonawanda are parents of the bride. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Archie Donoughe of North Tonawanda. The couple will be at home in North Tonawanda after a trip to Aruba.

A graduate of Erie Community College, the bride is a dental hygienist in the office of Dr. Bernadette Tyler. The bridegroom, a North Tonawanda High School graduate, is a carpenter employed by Archie Donoughe Sanding Inc.

Mrs. Senik
Jennifer Lynn McMahon became the bride of James Robert Senik of Sanborn Saturday at 3 p.m. in St. Stephen Catholic Church, Grand Island.

The Rev. Francis X. Mazur heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McMahon of Grand Island and the son of Margaret Farewell of Niagara Falls, Ont. A reception was given in Amvets Niagara Frontier Post clubhouse. The newly married couple will take a Caribbean cruise and will make their home in Niagara Falls.

A graduate of Grand Island High School, the bride is attending Niagara County Community College and is employed in Grand Island School District. The bridegroom was graduated from LaSalle High School and is employed by Associated Textiles, Niagara Falls.

Mrs. Nelson
Amherst Central High School graduates Jennifer L. Smaczniak and Erik J. Nelson exchanged nuptial vows Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda.

The Rev. Michael H. Burzynski performed the ceremony for the daughter of Kenneth C. Smaczniak of Cheektowaga and Christine T. Swanson of Rochester and the son of Wallace and Beverly Nelson of Snyder. A reception was given in Holiday Inn, Amherst. After a trip to St. Lucia, the newly married couple will be at home in Buffalo.

The bride is an administrative assistant for Hayden-Wegman Consulting Engineers. The bridegroom is manager of Jerry Gradl Motors. She is attending Erie Community College North Campus, which he attended.

Mrs. O'Brien
Jessica Nicole Rubeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Rubeck of Hamburg, and Michael David O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence O'Brien of Middletown, were married by Monsignor Stanley A. Ropelski at noon Saturday in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Hamburg. A graduate of Hamburg Central High School and Gannon University, the bride is a physician's assistant with Buffalo Family Practice Medical Associates. The bridegroom, a graduate of John S. Burke High School and Gannon, is attending Canisius College for a master of business administration degree. He is a graduate research assistant in Canisius Center at Amherst. A reception was given in Lucarelli's Banquet Center. After a trip to Aruba, the couple will live in Lackawanna.

Mrs. Gattie
Lisa Marie Vogel and Gordon James Gattie were married Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in St. Louis Catholic Church. The Rev. Richard H. Augustyn, diocesan director of hospital ministry, heard their vows. James and Amelia Vogel of East Aurora are parents of the bride. Parents of the bridegroom are Nancy Gattie of East Aurora and James C. Gattie of Marilla. A reception was given in Marcy Casino in Delaware Park before the couple left for Europe.

A graduate of Medaille College, the bride is a customer service representative of New Penn Motor Express and owns Creative Celebrations. The bridegroom, a graduate of Clarkson University, is completing a master's degree in industrial engineering in University at Buffalo. They are Iroquois Central High School alumni.

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